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Found it BVPete found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Thursday, 23 October 2014Alberta, Canada

BCP644 Ralston

Takin it Easy and I went on a capping trip to eastern Alberta today. This was our first stop and due to the recent tragic incidents occurring in both Ottawa and Montreal we made very sure that we were not acting in a suspicious manner. We parked in town and walked to the cap along the jogging trail. We did have to move off the track as a large group of soldiers engaged in conditioning activities jogged past us. They stopped at the nearby chin up apparatus which TiE and I had tried out a few minutes earlier. Let's just say I am glad they didn't see out pathetic attempts at this activity Anyway, we found the cap with little trouble and were soon on our way towards Redcliff, our next stop.

Thanks for posting the cap ofth.

Cap photo
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